Master of Tourism and Hospitality (MTH)


 Program Learning Outcomes

Master of Tourism & Hospitality is designed to develop advanced professionals in the field of tourism, hospitality, and commercial recreation management. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to interpret practical, theoretical and personal skills required for senior management roles within a variety of international hotel and tourism organizations. Students are also be able to synthesize strategic, organizational and marketing processes of a commercial hospitality enterprise within the context of the global nature of the business. Students are required to complete 48 credit hours that including 12 credits for basic core courses, 15 credits for major core courses, 9 credits for elective courses, and 12 credits for integrative courses and research paper or research project or research thesis.


Code               Course Title                                                           Credit                                    

Basic Courses                                                                                            12 credits

ECO501         Applied Statistics & Forecasting                                 (3)

ECO502         Managerial Economics                                                (3)

MGT501         Management and Organization Development             (3)

MKT501         Marketing Management & Strategy                             (3)

Major Courses                                                                                             15 credits

MTH516         Hospitality & Tourism Policies                                     (3)

MTH612         Planning & Operations of Food & Beverage               (3)

MTH613         Travel Trade Management                                          (3)

MTH611         E-Business for Tourism & Hospitality                           (3)

MTH615         Meeting, Conference and Event Management (3)

Elective Courses                                                                                            9 credits

MGT616         Total Quality Management                                          (3)

MKT619         Consumer Relationship Management                         (3)

MGT602         Research Methodology                                               (3)

ACT501         Financial & Cost Accounting                                       (3)

MTH515         Legal Issues in Tourism & Hospitality                         (3)

MTH513         Tourism Environment & Cultural Heritage                   (3)

MTH515         Tourism & Hospitality Strategic HRD                           (3)

Final Semester (3 options)

Option I:        Final Exam. (3 courses + Paper)                                          12 credits       

MTH613         Entrepreneurship in Hospitality                                   (3)

MTH614         Tourism Community Development                              (3)

MTH615         International Hospitality Management                         (3)

MTH617         Research Paper                                                          (3)

Option II:      Project (2 courses + Project)                                                 12 credits

             MTH618:       Research Project                                                          (6)

Option III:     Thesis (No course + Thesis)                                                 12 credits

             MTH619         Research Thesis                                                          (12)                


Total                                                                                                               48 credits